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Russell's Viper

Russell's Viper (Daboia russelii) is a venomous snake found in South Asia. It is known for its distinctive triangular head and is responsible for a significant number of snakebite incidents in its range.

Keeled Indian mabuya / Golden skink

Eutropis carinata : It is a diurnal skink, which inhabits semi-evergreen forests especially seen on the boulders near streams. Feeds on Crickets, Caterpillars, Beetles, and Earthworms.

Saw-scaled viper

Echis carinatus : Venomus snake. Venom is hemotoxic. Mostly found under boulders and thorny bushes. When disturbed, it coils and rubs its saw like scales together to make a noise like a woodsaw. Often, they are most active after rains or on humid nights.

Common vine snake/Green vine snake

Ahaetulla nasuta : Common vine snakes are diurnal, arboreal, and mildly venomous. They normally feed on frogs and lizards using their binocular vision to hunt.

Common Indian monitor/Bengal monitor

Varanus bengalensis : This large lizard is mainly a terrestrial animal, and its length ranges from about 61 to 175 cm (24 to 69 in) from the tip of the snout to the end of the tail. They are usually solitary and usually found on the ground, although the young are often seen on trees.

Bamboo pit viper

Craspedocephalus gramineus : It is found in bamboo groves and forests, usually near streams. When threatened, it is aggressive and does not hesitate to bite. The venom is hemotoxic.

Green Keelback

Rhabdophis plumbicolor, commonly known as the Green Keelback or the Asian Green Snake, is a species of non-venomous snake found in South and Southeast Asia. It is known for its vibrant green coloration

House Gecko

The House Gecko (Hemidactylus species) is a widespread lizard often found in human habitations. Nocturnal and insectivorous, it plays a beneficial role in controlling pest populations.